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The former is jam-packed with skin-soothing botanical extracts and oils, including camilla flower extract and mango seed butter, while the latter features camilla oil, licorice root extract, and hyaluronic acid for intense hydration.
A salad that declares summer, with yellow and red tomatoes, cucumber, delicate ciabatta croutons and licorice-like leaves of red shiso, resting in cucumber and tomato-water foam.
For a cookout: Composed of 80 percent tempranillo and rounded out with garnacha, mazuelo and graciano, the 2007 Bodegas Franco-Espanolas Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva Rioja ($25) offers plum, cherry, cigar box, pomegranate, earth, tobacco and licorice.
The luscious stock is flavored with grouper head, lobster bodies and crab, and the Creole sauce and licorice-y culantro are unmistakable in the background.
To earn profits from the greening, local people are encouraged to grow licorice, which doesn’t require much water and can be sold for large sums for use in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Combine this with the intentional discoloration of the ball — fielders used to spit tobacco juice or licorice juice into their gloves and rub the ball in it.
Kevin Heath was wandering around his local CVS pharmacy in search of licorice for his wife, stymied that the candy display was no longer in its usual spot at the front of the store.
All kinds—liquid and solid—everything, except licorice.
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Origin and Etymology of licorice
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Definition of licorice for English Language Learners
: a candy made from the dried root of a European plant
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